H. Ralph Perez was born in Montebello, California. In 1975, he graduated high school from Antelope Valley High School in Lancaster, California and attended Antelope Valley Community College then Brigham Young University. Ralph lived in Bolivia for two years, spoke Spanish exclusively and served a voluntary LDS mission among the Bolivians from April, 1976 through May of 1978. Ralph moved to Idaho Falls, Idaho in 1980 after attending BYU in Provo. He began with a goal to help make a difference in people's lives by prudent investing and in 1998 he became an investment representative for Edward Jones. In June of 2004 Ralph began his career with Raymond James Financial Services. He enjoys working as an independent advisor with Raymond James and focuses on helping his clients reach their financial goals.
Ralph has been married to his lovely wife Annette for 37 years and together raised four children and now has eleven grandchildren. He loves spending time with his family.
Ralph is a local board member for the Selective Service System and a committee member for the Spanish Days Committee for the Museum of Idaho. His other interests include playing guitar for the "40 Something Band," Eastern Idaho Jazz Society, The Looking Back Band, and The Blues Project I.F./Los Roosters. He enjoys making music both live and at HRP Studios. Ralph also enjoys hunting, fishing, riding ATV's, and most outdoor activities.